supply chain


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supply chain

n.
The sequence or system of organizations or operations that work together to design, produce, and deliver a product or service to a market, extending from the extraction of raw materials to the distribution of finished products or services. Also called supply stream.

supply chain

n
(Marketing) marketing a channel of distribution beginning with the supplier of materials or components, extending through a manufacturing process to the distributor and retailer, and ultimately to the consumer

supply chain

The linked activities associated with providing materiel from a raw materiel stage to an end user as a finished product. See also supply; supply chain management.
Translations
chaîne logistique
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In addition, the report brings deeper insights by presenting results in an aggregate view, as well as along multiple dimensions such as by revenue, industry, geography or primary supply chain activity.
Named in memory of i2 co-founder, Ken Sharma, The Ken Sharma Award for Excellence recognizes those companies leveraging i2 supply chain management solutions to drive innovation and strive for a new level of business excellence.
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Our board members bring a wealth of first-hand supply chain experience and invaluable insight into the challenges that companies with complex supply chains face," said Mike Kilgore, President and CEO of Chainalytics.
Our fact-based, structured approach to assessing and transforming supply chains using best practice frameworks such as the Supply Chain Operations Reference-model (SCOR) complements LogicTools' expertise in aligning supply chain analysis with global operational processes.
com), the leading provider of Real-Time Forecasting and Inventory solutions, announced today that the company has been recognized as a Global Logistics & Supply Chain Strategies Great Supply Chain Partner and a Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 top supply chain innovator.
Our goal with this year's '100' is to highlight a broad range of innovations taking place in the theory and practice of supply chain transformation," said Andrew K.
The annual Global Logistics & Supply Chain Strategies '100 Great Supply Chain Partners' list is the result of a six-month poll in which logistics and supply chain professionals nominate vendors and service providers whose technology, logistics, transportation or consulting solutions have made a significant impact on their company's efficiency, customer service and overall supply chain performance.
Under Ken's leadership, our team in Asia -- using the knowledge and experience they've acquired by working with leading companies across the globe -- will continue to deliver supply chain improvements," said Chainalytics CEO and president, Mike Kilgore.
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